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Washington & Jefferson College

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W&J provides a stellerQuite BrightPolitical Science
W&J provides a steller liberal arts education. The social life is alright though, and so is the city of Washington. Overall, I'm very pleased here.
1st Year Male -- Class 2017
Faculty Accessibility: A, Surrounding City: B-
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The school is extremely small.Undecided
The school is extremely small. The longer I stay here, the smaller it gets. There isn't much to do on campus besides go to frats on the weekends which really aren't that bumpin in the first place. The workload is pretty heavy considering the school isn't that competitive and it's very difficult to get into classes you want. Students often have to take summer courses just to get their major requirements: a problem the college is trying to fix. It's nice that the classes are small, but it leaves no opportunity to slack. Skip more than a couple classes and your grades are done.
Male -- Class 2000
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This school is groupQuite BrightChemistry
This school is group think. If you are an individual don't go here. This school rewards people who go with the group, not those who stand out from the group. If you come here make sure that you can be just another face in the crowd.
3rd Year Female -- Class 2011
Useful Schoolwork: A, Social Life: F
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